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Bali Retreat

A Bali retreat including yoga and meditation is the perfect gift for yourself. Rejuvenation and tranquility are words to describe a Bali retreat.
The H20 Yoga and meditation Bali Retreat Center is host to the ultimate Bali retreat: The ‘True Nature’ retreat. It’s location on the small magical island of Gili Air is the perfect get away you have been looking for in a Bali retreat. Continue reading

Bali Yoga

The H20 Yoga and Meditation Center located on the peaceful island of

Gili Air is the energetic magnet for those looking for a Bali yoga retreat with a difference.

Bali yoga centers cover a wide area and beautiful Gili Air connects Lombok yoga and Bali yoga in tranquility and true nature on the inviting ocean shores of the H20 Yoga and Meditation Bali Retreat Center. For the full Bali yoga experience and some time to reflect, there is no better place than

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H20 Yoga and Meditation Bali Retreat Center

Bali Yoga Retreat

Our Bali Retreat Center offers events and retreats all year round. The retreats offer a chance to slow down and connect with our True Nature of peace, then leading into a positive space of expression, growth and abundance.

The events we offer allow freedom to be incorporated into all activities ranging from yoga and meditation to snorkeling and group activities. Time to reflect and look deeper is there for the seeker whom has come for the Bali yoga and meditation input.

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Establishing a Good Practice at the beginning

H20 Yoga and Meditation Bali Retreat Center attracts many people with an interest in yoga, beginners and experienced alike.

With a lot of curious ‘first timers’ to yoga, we initially make our visitors feel comfortable and try to remove any possible per-conceived notions, excitement to learn and participate then follows.

Walking in the door of a yoga center can be a scary thing for many. Possibly feeling insecure about lack of flexibility or not having designer clothing on. We set out to make people feel comfortable straight away by reminding them that yoga is not about comparing ourselves to others or rating our practice on how flexible we are. It is about being in the present moment, being mindful, being aware, becoming body conscious and most importantly being joyful!

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